Keith Kollmeyer has a broad range of experience advising financial institutions in complex litigation and regulatory matters concerning structured financial products and consumer financial products. He routinely advises indenture trustees, securities administrators, paying agents, and servicers in connection with asset-backed securities (ABS), including securities backed by residential mortgage loans, private student loans, and other asset classes.
His experience includes high-stakes cases in state and federal courts in New York and Delaware involving ABS investors, ABS deal parties, and financial regulators such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Keith has significant trial experience that includes drafting dispositive motions, pretrial briefs, post-verdict motions, and appellate briefs and taking witness testimony. He also has provided substantial pre-dispute advice to clients concerning documentation issues and risk assessment related to structured financial products.
In addition to his financial products practice, Keith maintains a pro bono practice. Currently, he is working on immigration removal matters involving unaccompanied minors.
Litigation and Regulatory Considerations and Risks for Financial Market Participants in a Post-Pandemic Society
- Boston University (J.D. magna cum laude 2011; Editor, Boston University Law Review; Edward F. Hennessey Distinguished Scholar; Paul J. Liacos Distinguished Scholar); University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (B.B.A. in Finance summa cum laude 2008)
- Law Clerk to the Honorable Justices of the New Hampshire Supreme Court (2011-2012)